With seven weeks until the election Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s potential gender gap with women faces a new hurdle in the Latino community.
Almost half (49 percent) of Latino voters say President Obama’s action to halt deportations and provide work permits for undocumented immigrant youth makes them more enthusiastic about Obama, according to a new poll.
A group of Latino political scientists say they have developed a way to show - and forecast - how Latinos might or might not tip the election in some competitive states this year.
The majority of Latino women and men agree on a woman’s right to have easy access to contraception and to equality between the sexes, says a new poll.
On MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Richard Stengel, editor of Time, reasserted the common misconception that the Latino vote is “up in the air.” According to Stengel, Latinos are “independent.”
The results of a new Florida Latino voter study released by pollsters Latino Decisions are showing Romney now in the lead, in spite of Gingrich’s stronger outreach efforts and Romney’s hardline stance on immigration.
Latina “mamás” have proven to be a strong and powerful voting block, and politicians, especially President Obama, would be wise to court them.
The overwhelming majority of Latino voters believe that the Republican Party ignores them or is outright "hostile," and that nominating Hispanic Sen. Marco Rubio as a vice presidential candidate might do little to change it.
A new poll of Latino voters by impreMedia and Latino Decisions revealed that when it comes to voting, the majority (53%) of these citizens said their own religion does not have much influence on which candidate they choose.
For President Obama, there's good and bad news when it comes to the fast-growing Latino vote and its role in the 2012 presidential race and he needs to work harder for the their support.
President Barack Obama's strategy for winning the Latino vote is to let Republicans keep talking.
President Obama holds leads over the top three Republican presidential candidates in a new national poll conducted by Latino Decisions for Univision.
Last week, the results of a national poll of Latino voters focused on their attitudes toward health care policy, with a majority in favor of keeping the Affordable Care Act in general was released. Other results from the poll, including how Latinos feel about the 2012 GOP presidential hopefuls was also released.